Thursday, March 8, 2012

Unjustified injustice

This world is filled with injustice some we can do nothing about alone, however there are some we can correct on our own and with the help of our peers.

The are places in the world that punish offensive behaviour too strictly and others who do not punish wrong doings at all these are both troublesome in their own ways and need to be mended as best as possible.

There are several places in the world that have a major issue with Under aged Minors breaking the law but not being punished for it due to "it being their first offense" "they are fans" and "they did it out of love" sorry but doing something out of love is not an excuse ! people commit crimes out of love so they must not pay? Bullshit! no one should be above the law including those that uphold the law.

The main reason why I have felt the need to write this is based on the injustice many Korean entertainers are forced to live with. There are many groups of people known as (sasaengs or PRIVATES)these people stalk and harass the artists to no end by the end of this long blog I will show you just how many laws they have broken and yet remained unpunished for. You will be able to judge for yourself the laws they have broken after reading through the human rights section.

This next bit is all about Minors and Law I have taken it from Wikipedia

In law, a minor is a person under a certain age — the age of majority — which legally demarcates childhood from adulthood; the age depends upon jurisdiction and application, but is typically 18. "Minor" may also be used in contexts not connected to the overall age of majority; for example, the drinking age in the United States is 21, and people below this age are sometimes referred to as "minors" even if 18.[citation needed] The term underage is often used to refer to those under the age of majority, but may also refer to persons who are under a certain age limit, such as the drinking age, smoking age, age of consent, marriageable age, driving age, voting age etc, with these age limits often being different than the age of majority.

The concept of "minor" is not sharply defined in most jurisdictions. The ages of criminal responsibility and consent, the age at which attendance at school ceases to be obligatory, the age at which legally binding contracts can be entered into, and so on, may all be different.

In Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea, a minor is a person under 20 years of age. In New Zealand law, a minor is a person under 20 years of age as well, but most of the rights of adulthood are assumed at lower ages: for example, entering into contracts and having a will are legally possible at 15.[citation needed]

In many countries, including Australia, India, Philippines, Brazil, Croatia and Colombia, a minor is defined as a person under the age of 18. In the United States, where the age of majority is set by the individual states, minor usually refers to someone under the age of 18, but can in some states be used in certain areas (such as gambling, gun ownership and the consuming of alcohol) to define someone under the age of 21. In the criminal justice system in some places, "minor" is not entirely consistent, as a minor may be tried and punished for a crime either as a "juvenile" or, usually only for "extremely serious crimes" such as murder, as an "adult"[citation needed].


In Australia, there are several gradations of responsibility before full legal adulthood. Those under age ten are free of all criminal responsibility under the doli incapax doctrine of United Kingdom legal tradition. Those under the age of fourteen are presumed incapable of responsibility, but this can be disputed in court. The age of full legal responsibility is 18 (except in Queensland where the age of full legal responsibility is 16). The age of majority in all states and territories is 18.

The age of majority is 18 for most purposes including sitting on a jury, voting, standing as a candidate, marriage, renting R-rated films or seeing them in a theater, buying/viewing pornography and purchasing alcohol and tobacco products. The age of consent is 16 or 17, with Queensland having a higher age of consent for anal sex set at 18 (compared to 16 for other sexual acts)[citation needed]. A person under 18 is defined as a minor or a child.

Main article: Youth Criminal Justice Act

For all provincial laws (such as alcohol and tobacco regulation), the provincial and territorial governments have the power to set the age of majority in their respective province or territory, and the age varies across Canada. Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, and Prince Edward Island have the age set at 18, while in British Columbia, Ontario, Yukon Territories, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick the age of majority is 19. Saskatchewan legal gaming age is 18 while Saskatchewan's legal drinking age is 19.[1]

For Federal Law (Criminal Code, Voting, etc.), the age of majority is 18.[2]

United Kingdom

Further information: Law of England and Wales, Law of Northern Ireland, and Law of

In England and Wales and in Northern Ireland a minor is a person under the age of 18[3]; in Scotland, under the age of 16[4]. The age of criminal responsibility in England and Wales and in Northern Ireland is 10; and 12 in Scotland, formerly 8 which was the lowest age in Europe.[citation needed]

In England and Wales, cases of minors breaking the law are often dealt with by the Youth Offending Team. If they are incarcerated, they will be sent to a youth detention centre.

The age of majority is 18 for most purposes including sitting on a jury, voting, standing as a candidate, buying or renting films with an 18 certificate or R18 certificate or seeing them in a cinema, being depicted in pornographic materials, suing without a litigant friend, being civilly liable, accessing adoption records and purchasing alcohol, tobacco products, knives and fireworks. The rules on minimum age for sale of these products are frequently broken so in practice drinking and smoking takes place before the age of majority; however many UK shops are tightening restrictions on them by asking for identifying documentation from potentially underage customers.

Driving certain large vehicles, acting as personal license holder for licensed premises and adopting a child are only permitted after the age of 21. The minimum age to drive a HGV1 vehicle was reduced to 18 however certain vehicles e.g steam rollers require you to be of 21 years of age before you are allowed to obtain a license for this type.

United States

In the United States as of 1995, minor is legally defined as a person under the age of 21, same with the context of alcohol, people under the age of 21 may be referred to as "minors".[citation needed], However, not all minors are considered "juveniles" in terms of criminal responsibility. As is frequently the case in the United States, the laws vary widely by state.

In eleven states, including Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, South Carolina, and Texas, a "juvenile" is legally defined as a person under 17.[citation needed], In two states, New York and North Carolina, "juvenile" refers to a person under 16.[1] In other states a juvenile is legally defined as a person under 18.[citation needed],

Under this distinction, those considered juveniles are usually tried in juvenile court, and they may be afforded other special protections. For example, in some states a parent or guardian must be present during police questioning, or their names may be kept confidential when they are accused of a crime. For many crimes (especially more violent crimes), the age at which a minor may be tried as an adult is variable below the age of 18 or (less often) below 16 [Gaines, Larry K and Roger Leroy Miller. "Criminal Justice in Action" 4th ed., Thompson Wadsworth Publishing, 2007. Pg 495]. For example, in Kentucky, the lowest age a juvenile may be tried as an adult, no matter how heinous the crime, is 14.

In most states, juveniles cannot be incarcerated with adult inmates[citation needed], even if the child is charged as an adult. This is also discouraged by the federal government, which prefers funding only if children and adults are housed in separate facilities[citation needed].

The death penalty in the U.S. for those who committed a crime while under the age of 18 was discontinued by the U.S. Supreme Court Case Roper v. Simmons in 2005.[5] The court's 5-4 decision was written by Justice Kennedy and joined by Justices Ginsburg, Stevens, Breyer, and Souter, and cited international law, child developmental science, and many other factors in reaching its conclusion.

The twenty-sixth amendment to the U.S. Constitution, ratified in 1971, granted all citizens the right to vote in every state, in every election, from the age of 18.
Main article: Minors detained in the global war on terror

The US Department of Defense took the position that they would not consider the "enemy combatants" they held in extrajudicial detention in the Guantanamo Bay detainment camps to be minors unless they were less than sixteen years old.[verification needed] In the event they only separated three of the more than a dozen detainees who were under 16 from the adult prison population. All the several dozen detainees who were between sixteen and eighteen years of age were detained with the adult prison population. Now those under 18 are kept separate in line with the age of majority and world expectations.

Some states, including Florida, have passed laws allowing a person who commits an extremely heinous crime such as murder to be tried as an adult, regardless of age. These laws, however, have faced the challenges of the American Civil Liberties Union.


^ Family Law Reform Act 1969, section 1
^ Age of legal capacity, Scotland 1991

Next will be Fundamental Rights

Fundamental rights are a generally regarded set of entitlements in the context of a legal system, wherein such system is itself said to be based upon this same set of basic, fundamental, or inalienable entitlements or "rights." Such rights thus belong without presumption or cost of privilege to all human beings under such jurisdiction. The concept of human rights has been promoted as a legal concept in large part owing to the idea that human beings have such "fundamental" rights, such that transcend all jurisdiction, but are typically reinforced in different ways and with different emphasis within different legal systems.

For example, in United States law, "fundamental rights" are a feature of the U.S. Constitution, which, in the language of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, "all [human beings]" are "endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, among these [being]:"

Life - (cf. right to life)
Liberty (cf. freedom, free will, personal liberty)
the pursuit of Happiness (cf. personal fulfillment, professional accomplishment, basic comforts, human pleasures, luxuries, vices)

In South Korea (taken directly from the constitution of the Republic of Korea)


Article 10

All citizens shall be assured of human dignity and worth and have the right to pursue happiness.It shall be the duty of the State to confirm and guarantee the fundamental and inviolable human rights of individuals.

Article 11

(1)All citizens shall be equal before the law,and there shall be no discrimination in political,economic,social or cultural life on account of sex,religion or social status.

(2)No privileged caste shall be recognized or ever established in any form.

(3)The awarding of decorations or distinctions of honor in any form shall be effective only for recipients,and no privileges shall ensue there from.


(1)All citizens shall enjoy personal liberty. No person shall be arrested,detained,searched,seized or interrogated except as provided by Act. No person shall be punished,placed under preventive restrictions or subject to involuntary labor except as provided by Act and through lawful procedures.

(2)No citizens shall be tortured or be compelled to testify against himself in criminal cases.

(3)Warrants issued by a judge through due procedures upon the request of a prosecutor shall be presented in case of arrest,detention,seizure or search: Provided,That in a case where a criminal suspect is an apprehended flagrante
delicto,or where there is danger that a person suspected of committing a crime punishable by imprisonment of three years or more may escape or destroy evidence,investigative authorities may request an ex post facto warrant.

(4)Any person who is arrested or detained shall have the right to prompt assistance of counsel.When a criminal defendant is unable to secure counsel by his own efforts,the State shall assign counsel for the defendant as prescribed by Act.

(5)No person shall be arrested or detained without being informed of the reason therefor and of his right to assistance of counsel. The family,etc.,as designated by Act,of a person arrested or detained shall be notified without delay of the reason for and the time and place of the arrest or detention.

(6)Any person who is arrested or detained,shall have the right to request the court to review the legality of the arrest or detention.

(7)In a case where a confession is deemed to have been made against a defendant's will due to torture,violence,intimidation,unduly prolonged arrest,deceit or etc.,or in a case where a confession is the only evidence against a defendant in a formal trial,such a confession shall not be admitted as evidence of guilt,nor shall a defendant be punished by reason of such a confession.


(1)No citizen shall be prosecuted for an act which does not constitute a crime under the Act in force at the time it was committed,nor shall he be placed in double Jeopardy .

(2)No restrictions shall be imposed upon the political rights of any citizen,nor shall any person be deprived of property rights by means of retro active legislation.

(3)No citizen shall suffer unfavorable treatment on account of an act not of his own doing but committed by a relative.


All citizens shall enjoy freedom of residence and the right to move at will.


All citizens shall enjoy freedom of occupation.


All citizens shall be free from intrusion into their place of residence. In case of search or seizure in a residence,a warrant issued by a judge upon request of a prosecutor shall be presented.


The privacy of no citizen shall be infringed.


The privacy of correspondence of no citizen shall be infringed.


All citizens shall enjoy freedom of conscience.


(1)All citizens shall enjoy freedom of religion.

(2)No state religion shall be recognized,and church and state shall be separated.


(1)All citizens shall enjoy freedom of speech and the press, and freedom of assembly and association.

(2)Licensing or censorship of speech and the press,and licensing of assembly and association shall not be permitted.

(3)The standards of news service and broadcast facilities and matters necessary to ensure the functions of news papers shall be determined by Act.

(4)Neither speech nor the press shall violate the honor or rights of other persons nor undermine public morals or social ethics. Should speech or the press violate the honor or rights of other persons,claims may be made for the damage resulting there from.


(1)All citizens shall enjoy freedom of learning and the arts.

(2)The rights of authors,inventors,scientists,engineers and artists shall be protected by Act.


(1)The right of property of all citizens shall be guaranteed. The contents and limitations there of shall be determined by Act.

(2)The exercise of property rights shall conform to the public welfare.

(3)Expropriation,use or restriction of private property from public necessity and compensation there for shall be governed by Act:Provided,That in such a case,just compensation shall be paid.


All citizens shall have the right to vote under the conditions as prescribed by Act.


All citizens shall have the right to hold public office under the conditions as prescribed by Act.


(1)All citizens shall have the right to petition in writing to any governmental agency under the conditions as prescribed by Act.

(2)The State shall be obligated to examine all such petitions.


(1)All citizens shall have the right to trial in conformity with the Act by judges qualified under the Constitution and the Act.

(2)Citizens who are not on active military service or employees of the military forces shall not be tried by a court martial within the territory of the Republic of Korea,except in case of crimes as prescribed by Act involving important classified military information,sentinels,sentry posts,the supply of harmful food and beverages, prisoners of war and military articles and facilities and in the case of the proclamation of extraordinary martial law.

(3)All citizens shall have the right to a speedy trial.The accused shall have the right to a public trial without delay in the absence of justifiable reasons to the contrary.

(4)The accused shall be presumed innocent until a judgment of guilt has been pronounced.

(5)A victim of a crime shall been titled to make a statement during the proceedings of the trial of the case involved as under the conditions prescribed by Act.


In a case where a criminal suspect or an accused person who has been placed underdetention is not indicted as provided by Actoris acquitted by a court,he shall be entitled to claim just compensation from the State under the conditions as prescribed by Act.


(1)In case a person has sustained damages by an unlawful act committed by a public official in the course of official duties,he may claim just compensation from the State or public organization under the conditions as prescribed by Act.In this case,the public official concerned shall not be immune from liabilities.

(2)In case a person on active military service or an employee of the military forces,a police official or others as prescribed by Act sustains damages in connection with the performance of official duties such as combat action,drill and so forth,he shall not been titled to a claim against the State or public organization on the grounds of unlawful acts committed by public officials in the course of official duties, but shall be entitled only to compensations as prescribed by Act.


Citizens who have suffered bodily injury or death due to criminal acts of others may receive aid from the State under the conditions as prescribed by Act.


(1)All citizens shall have an equal right to an education corresponding to their abilities.

(2)All citizens who have children to support shall be responsible at least for their elementary education and other education as provided by Act.

(3)Compulsory education shall be free of charge.

(4)Independence,professionalism and political impartiality of education and the autonomy of institutions of higher learning shall be guaranteed under the conditions as prescribed by Act.

(5)The State shall promote life long education.

(6)Fundamental matters pertaining to the educational system, including in-school and life long education,administration, finance,and the status of teachers shall be determined by Act.


(1)All citizens shall have the right to work.The State shall endeavor to promote the employment of workers and to guarantee optimum wages through social and economic means and shall enforce a minimum wage system under the conditions as prescribed by Act.

(2)All citizens shall have the duty to work.The State shall prescribe by Act the extent and conditions of the duty to work in conformity with democratic principles.

(3)Standards of working conditions shall be determined by Act in such a way as to guarantee human dignity.

(4)Special protection shall be accorded to working women, and they shall not be subjected to unjust discrimination in terms of employment,wages and working conditions.

(5)Special protection shall be accorded to working children.

(6)The opportunity to work shall be accorded preferentially,under the conditions as prescribed by Act,to those who have given distinguished service to the State,wounded veterans and policemen,and members of the bereaved families ofmilitary servicemen and policemen killed in action.


(1)To enhance working conditions,workers shall have the right to independent association,collective bargaining and collective action.

(2)Only those public officials who are designated by Act, shall have the right to association,collective bargaining and collective action.

(3)The right to collective action of workers employed by important defense industries may be either restricted or denied under the conditions as prescribed by Act.


(1)All citizens shall been titled to a life worthy of human beings.

(2)The State shall have the duty to endeavor to promote social security and welfare.

(3)The State shall endeavor to promote the welfare and rights of women.

(4)The State shall have the duty to implement policies for enhancing the welfare of senior citizens and the young.

(5)Citizens who are incapable of earning a livelihood due to a physical disability, disease,old age or other reasons shall be protected by the State under the conditions as prescribed by Act.

(6)The State shall endeavor to prevent disasters and to protect citizens from harm there from.


(1)All citizens shall have the right to a healthy and pleasant environment. The State and all citizens shall endeavor to protect the environment.

(2)The substance of the environmental right shall be determined by Act.

(3)The State shall endeavor to ensure comfortable housing for all citizens through housing development policies and the like.


(1)Marriage and family life shall be entered in to and sustained on the basis of individual dignity and equality of the sexes,and the State shall do everything in its power to achieve that goal.

(2)The State shall endeavor to protect motherhood.

(3)The health of all citizens shall be protected by the State.


(1)Freedoms and rights of citizens shall not be neglected on the grounds that they are not enumerated in the Constitution.

(2)The freedoms and rights of citizens may be restricted by Act only when necessary for national security,the maintenance of law and order or for public welfare. Even when such restriction is imposed,no essential aspect of the freedom or right shall be violated.


All citizens shall have the duty to pay taxes under the conditions as prescribed by Act.


(1)All citizens shall have the duty of national defense under the conditions as prescribed by Act.

(2)No citizen shall be treated unfavorably on account of the fulfillment of his obligation of military service.

And now to show you what these Sasaengs / PRIVATES have done.

The list of crazy activities by sasaeng fans included: sneaking into their apartment, robbing their possessions, stalking Junsu and making him get into a car accident, moving next door, and more.

** More, but not all from the list **
–Made a copy of the key to DBSK’s apartment
–Followed Changmin, then broke his pinky finger
–Froze DBSK’s phone account, checked their call history on their cell phones, and checked one by one to see if they called a girl
–Looked for DBSK’s personal seal to register marriage documents
–Snuck in lingerie in DBSK’s bags
–Secretly ordered a bunch of pizza and chicken to DBSK’s apartment and forced them to pay for them
–Snuck into their apartment and kissed them while they're sleeping
–Saved menstrual blood to give the oppas as a present
–Been the cause of their car accident
–Found the phone numbers of family members and called them
–Hit Changmin with a bag full of rock
–Used members' social security numbers to sign into various internet sites
–Tapped their phones

1. Collected the blood of menstruation and gave to Junsu
2. Secretly broke into the dormitory of TVXQ and kissed on Jaejoong’s lips
3. Followed Junsu and caused car accidents.
4. Registered at PC room (Internet café) using the Social Security Number of Yoochun
5. Caused the incident of camera by Mickyoochun
6. Copied the key of the dormitory of TVXQ
7. Followed Changmin and caused fracture of his little finger
8. The girl who hit Changmin with the bag with a rock inside
9. Collected the blood of menstruation and gave as gifts to members
10. Found out all the Social Security Number of families of members and used at PC room.
11. Found out telephone numbers of families and called them
12. Stopped the phones of TVXQ, checked the call history, and checked each of them if they were women or not
13. Searched for TVXQ’ seal stamps at their dormitory hoping to register marriage with them
14. Sneaked into their dormitory and kissed on member’s face
15. Put underwear in the bag of member
16. Stole items of members
17. Sign up on sites using members’ Social Security Numbers
18. Hacked the hard drive of dormitory computer and checked which music they have listened and which sites they have visited
19. Touched members’ bodies
20. Followed them to airport by searching the ticket for airplane using members’ social security numbers
21. Followed the van going to dormitory by taxi
22. Waited in front of the dormitory
23. Followed the short holiday (only around 10days per year) and found out with whom they went on vacation
24. Searched for the new telephone number when they change their phones and texted
25. Although they didn’t have much time to sleep, was being noisy (text messaging, calling, talk outside of dormitory)
26. The most basic: used money to get saseng taxi and followed them right after the performance (at least 20 saseng taxi per time)
27. Put taps on phones of TVXQ members and Park Yoohwan
28. Separated them with girlfriends
29. Jaejoong mentioned on TV show: he called Yoochun to tell him to come to Han River and received a text message right after saying “Why are you calling Yoochun oppa?”
30. Gave sanitary pad and underwear as gifts

above are pics 1st pic: MaxChangmin crying due to saseng fans
Comments on this picture:
-Changmin acted crying saying he broke up with his girlfriend because of sasengs. But sasengs just laughed and took pictures. And that Chinese girl is Jaejoong’s fan hit Changmin because he blocked Jaejoong… They are disgusting.
-Sasengs of TVXQ and FTIsland are more vicious.
-There has been another incident at the reststop of Sokcho.

2nd pic: Sasengs and saseng taxi broadcasted on SBS’ current affairs program “That We Want to Know”

3rd pic: Pictures of the door of Yoochun’s house

4th pic: Used Park Yoochun’s Social Security Number because she had overdue payment

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(More on this subject)

there are some very bad articles about the guys and artists but I think people need to judge for themselves

I will be updating this blog with other information in due time

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